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What To Expect From University
Two years ago, when I applied to UCL and like everyone else, a thick cloud of perplexing uncertainty on what was to come gloomed over my me. I was extremely unsure of the difference between the high school and the higher education establishment.
How to make the most of your first week at UCL
Your first week at UCL is one of the most exciting weeks of your entire UCL journey; it’s a time when you’ll be meeting new friends, making connections within your department, and exploring the city you’re about to call home. 
Clubbing Safely During Covid
If you’re starting at UCL this year, there's a good chance you could have your first clubbing experience of your life this week. Which is very exciting! Night clubs are truly unique places, and we’re lucky enough to be in one of the best cities in the world for them.
All you need to know about Clubs and Societies
Part of the university experience is making friends, and one of the ways in which you can do this is by joining Clubs and Socieities. Before you start joining, here's all you need to know about them...
10 Ways To Make Friends At University
Staring off at university can be daunting, especially when it comes to making friends. We all worry that no one will like us or that university is so big will I really meet "my kind of people"? Being a fresher means going out of your comfort zone sometimes in order to experience all the new things ahead of you.
Need help? We've got you
We all need it, a little bit of help - so that's why our Advice Service is here to offer you free and confidential advice. Undergraduate or postgraduate, from the UK or overseas, straight out of college or returning to study, the Advice Service can help and support you through any of your worries.  
"It has been immensely helpful to apply the tools I have acquired from my studies to a real-world context."
Zayna has been volunteering with Good News Shared in her first-year. Read through to see how her writing goodwill articles during COVID-19 has helped her community, and why she finds volunteering so rewarding.
Going solo
I’ve missed out on going to events that I know I would have loved simply because I didn’t want people judging me for not being there with a friend. And the irony is that missing these events also means missing out on the opportunity to meet new people and make friends...
Adapting to a new way of studying
University is a vastly different experience. The autonomy enjoyed here is on a completely different level, and getting used to it often requires us to change our work habits. Sounds a bit daunting, but you'll soon become a master of organization and time management!